Our Management Team has created five portfolios that range from a conservative investment style to an aggressive investment style to meet the needs of every type of investor. Once the appropriate investment style is determined, participants are invested in the portfolio that match their goals, objectives and risk tolerance. Our team then manages the portfolios on an on-going basis, reallocating, rebalancing and replacing poor performers as necessary. Quarterly account statements are provided to participants to allow investors to monitor their account performance. Further, we are always available to answer any questions or address any issue that may arise.
The Portfolios – How They Are Created
MyAdviseMe! portfolios are comprised of actively managed mutual funds that seek to overweight, underweight, and avoid certain asset classes, sectors, etc. An active approach re-allocates funds to capitalize on current global market opportunities. The methodologies used categorize, filter and weigh the universe of asset classes, markets, segments, etc. providing additional value. We seek to also anticipate market movements by watching and measuring the Market fundamentals via general economic analysis.
MyAdviseMe! Portfolios display the optimal mix of investments given the current global market environment. As the portfolios are built, the risk monitoring approach organizes the investing periods in 3, 6 and 9-month increments and provides the framework for forecasting on market dynamics, event risk, and return objectives. As a result, our MyAdviseMe! portfolios seek consistent long term out performance of our benchmarks.
The following preferences are considered, where applicable, when selecting securities to create the portfolios:
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Latest Updates & Information
The U.S. economy continues to stay in very healthy territory. Unemployment has stayed below 4% for many months while not showing the feared effect that an undersized labor force would have on productivity, and only showing mild wage inflation.Read full story here
The 3rd quarter continued the economic progress seen so far in 2018. This good progress was seen in the extension of a bull market through Q3.Read full story here